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Die Überflüssigen (2007)

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Credited cast:
Jana Straulino Jana Straulino ... Zoe
Christian Blümel ... Fabian
Ellenie Salvo González Ellenie Salvo González ... Lotta
Sanam Afrashteh Sanam Afrashteh ... Clara
Marko Werner Marko Werner ... Marcel
Neda Rahmanian Neda Rahmanian ... Rana
Regine Zimmermann ... Sachbearbeiterin
Harald Pignatelli Harald Pignatelli ... Tom
Florian Jahr Florian Jahr ... Gilbert
Janine Theisen Janine Theisen ... Boutiqueverkäuferin (as Janine Theisen)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Mica Bara Mica Bara ... Zimmermädchen (as Micaela Bara)
Ben Braun Ben Braun ... Produktiver
Armin Dillenberger ... Hausmeister
Niels Donner Niels Donner ... Produktiver
Jennifer Maria Ehnert Jennifer Maria Ehnert ... Sue (as Jennifer Maria Preuss)
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Country:

Germany

Language:

German

Release Date:

11 June 2007 (Germany) See more »

Filming Locations:

Berlin, Germany

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How those eyes could flash at you
12 June 2007 | by richard_sleboeSee all my reviews

What the hell is Jana Straulino doing in this opinionated piece of declamatory bullshit? Okay, so with a dozen TV show appearances and a handful of minor cinematic credits to her name she doesn't exactly have an A-list track record. But she sure moves like a ballerina. I guess after 13 years of training at John Neumeier's school, she *is* a ballerina in every sense that matters. With that Jean Seberg hairstyle and her killer cheekbones, she should be tanning on a Riva Ariston moored off the Cap D'Antibes, or lighting candles in an Eastern European cathedral the size of Mount Makalu. But instead, for reasons all her own, she has chosen to join the editorial staff of that latest and least inspired journalistic "me too" venture, German Vanity Fair. Here is a girl who needs to get out of Berlin-Friedrichshain *bad*. Someone please take heart and cast her in something glamorous.


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